Attending Medtech Lpn program!!!Register Today!
- by Msre23 Jan 28, '12Hi all,I am considering going to MEDTECH in April! Does anyone have any information about the LPN program they offer there? Are you planning to attend? Have you attended? What's the class schedule like? Is it four days a week? What's the hours? I'm very anxious sorry lol !!help plz!
- Apr 5, '12 by IndyLpn317Quote from Msre23I graduated from Medtech's LPN program last April. Even though there were a few bumps in the road, I really liked it. I needed a short program with no waiting list so I chose Medtech. My classes started out 3 days a week then progressed to 5 days a week towards our last quarter. I am planning on going back to Medtech next year to get my RN. Most of my graduating class work in LTC facilities, myself and a few others work for various hospitals. There were some things I didn't like about Medtech....some of the clinical sites, one of my intructors, etc. The same things that most people experience at any school. I feel like I was well prepared to pass NCLEX and go out into the field. Good luck!Hi all,I am considering going to MEDTECH in April! Does anyone have any information about the LPN program they offer there? Are you planning to attend? Have you attended? What's the class schedule like? Is it four days a week? What's the hours? I'm very anxious sorry lol !!help plz!
- Oct 2 by jewels2829Hi Everyone-
I am looking for some advice. I am considering Medtech. I am unsure, however I am debating which program to do. I really want to be an RN. I went for a info session with an admission counselor. He said that the LPN program is accredited. I really like that part, however the RN program is not which worries me. It is hard to say if the RN program will get accredited by the time I would graduate. I really would like to get a job ultimately. Do you think I should do the LPN program because it's accredited or do the RN program because my heart is set on being an RN?
Some other concerns are not finding a job and cost. I really do like the school. I really like that it small and I do not feel like a number. I was attending IUPUI. It really feel I was spinning my wheels over there. I really want to be a nurse. I know I have what it takes. I need a fresh start. I am really attracted to the fact that I can be finished in no time.
I have read all the reviews running from being awful to excellent. It is what you make of things that makes a difference. I will of course keep those comments in the back of my head.
If anyone can give me any input or advice it would be greatly appreciated.
- Nov 7 by charris61I currently know 1 person in the me drench program and she loves it. I personally would stick with IUPUI only bc it's hard to find a transition program for RN if you want to be a RN anyway. The hospital just laid off all the LPNs so that's why I am looking for an RN-BSN school.